TNA Bound For Glory Results (10/14/12) – Jeff Hardy Wins The TNA Championship

Street Fight Match
Special Guest Enforcer King Mo
- James Storm vs. Bobby Roode

The entrances:

The first man introduced for the match tonight is King Mo, the special enforcer. Mo makes his way down to the ring to little to no reaction from the crowd.

Bobby Roode is the first of the competitors to head out to the ring, and he doesn’t seem to get much of a reaction from the crowd either.

James Storm is out next, and the Cowboy gets a much warmer reception from the crowd.

The start:

The bell rings and both men stare each other down while talking a little trash. Roode throws the first punch, but Storm backs him up with punches of his own and a clothesline. Storm heads into the corner and takes a couple of punches from Roode, but hits him with another clothesline and a big right hand in the corner before whipping him across the ring and hitting a big back body drop. Roode is able to back drop Storm to the floor, but he lands on his feet, yanks Roode out to the apron and kicks him in the head. Roode drops to the floor, and Storm takes him over into the guard rail before slamming him into the apron.

Mid-match notes:

Roode is able to send Storm off for a bit, but a quick stare down with King Mo leads to another clothesline from Storm. Storm takes Roode around ringside and slams him into a chair, but Roode is able to whip Storm into the guardrail. Roode charges, but Storm catches him with a Russian leg sweep, driving Roode’s head into the guardrail. Storm points at the announce table and he tries for the eye of the Storm, but Roode drops out of it and hits him with an elbow to the face before catapulting him into the ring post.

Storm is bleeding from the forehead as Roode heads under the ring to grab a trash can. Roode grabs a chair a drives it into Storm’s midsection before whacking him across the back. Roode sends Storm back into the ring where a chair and trash can await before he grabs a kendo stick. Roode heads back into the ring and wedges a chair in the ropes in the corner. This allows Storm to grab the kendo stick and hit Roode across the back. Storm places the garbage can in between Roode’s legs and uses the kendo stick to swing for the fences.

Storm winds up with the trash can lid, but misses his shot and tumbles out to the entrance ramp. Roode goes for a trash can shot, but Storm catches him with a shoulder to the gut. Storm pulls Roode out through the ropes, with a suspension DDT a la Randy Orton, and drops him on the entrance ramp. Storm grabs a crutch from one of the fans in the audience and drives it into Roode’s gut.

Roode and Storm begin trading trash can lid shots, and Storm gets the better of the exchange before blasting Roode with a shot with the whole trash can. Roode is cut open, but Storm is pouring blood, his whole face is covered. Storm charges Roode, but gets put down with a spinebuster on the ramp. Storm falls out to the floor and Roode follows. Storm hits Roode with a right and takes a sip of a fans beer. Roode comes back and fights Storm around the ring, but Storm is able to slam Roode head first into the announcer’s table. Storm stands on top of the table and tries for a suplex, but Roode fights it off. The two trade rights, and Roode spears Storm off the announcer’s table and through another table beside it.

Roode brings things back into the ring and tries for a cover, but he’s only able to get a two count. Roode argues with Earl Hebner in the corner, and King Mo is in to break it up. Roode shoves Mo, so Mo shoves back, sending Roode into a code breaker from Storm. Storm gets to his feet and psychs himself up, hitting the last call superkick, but it’s not enough for a three count.

Storm tries for another superkick, but Roode catches his leg and tosses him head first into the chair wedged in the ropes in the corner. Roode grabs the tights, but Storm still kicks out at two. Roode seats Storm on the top turnbuckle before heading back to the outside under the ring. Roode grabs another chair and uses it to blast Storm across the back. He goes under the ring again and grabs a bag that’s filled with thumbtacks, spreading them all across the ring. Roode heads up after Storm and tries for the superplex, but Storm fights it off with rights, pushing Roode off into the thumbtacks.

The finish:

Storm hits an elbow drop from the top rope, but it’s not enough to keep Roode down for a three count. Roode hits Storm with a low blow before bailing to the outside again. Roode has tacks stuck all over the back of his body. Roode grabs a six pack of beer bottles and heads back into the ring. He opens one, and tries to use it, but Storm hits him with a low blow. Storm grabs a beer and opens it, blasting Roode with a shot to the head. Storm picks Roode up and superkicks him into the pile of tacks. Storm goes for the pin, and gets the three count.

Winner: James Storm

JB is backstage along with Joey Ryan. Ryan says he just wants to speak the truth. The truth is he should have been handed a contract before ever appearing on Gut Check, but he went through with it, became a world wide trend on twitter, and had 87% of fans asking for him, but TNA said no. Tonight though, when he defeats Al Snow, he’ll become a full time member of the roster. Opposites attract, and on one hand you have the disgusting Al Snow, best known for talking to a head, and you have Joey Ryan, known for his good looks and rockstar charisma. Tonight, Joey Ryan is bringing sleazy back to Bound For Glory.

Singles Match
If Ryan wins, he’s awarded a TNA contract. If he loses, he’s to leave TNA forever
- Joey Ryan vs. Al Snow

The entrances:

Joey Ryan is the first man to make his way out to the ring, and he gets a bit of a mixed reaction from the crowd on his way down to the ring.

Al Snow is out next, and even though he isn’t carrying a plastic head, he still gets a big pop from the crowd.

The start:

The bell rings, and Joey Ryan goes through the ropes and begs off before anything even starts. Al Snow gets down into referee’s position, and Joey goes for the advantage, but Snow takes Joey to the mat and slaps at his head. Ryan backs into the corner to force the ref to back Snow off.

Mid-match notes:

Snow gets down into position again and Ryan goes for a kick, but Snow catches his foot and slams him down to the mat. Ryan goes for a right, but Snow avoids it and slaps him in the mouth. Snow blasts Ryan with a shot to the back before taking him into the corner. Joey turns things around, but ends up getting slapped in the face.

Snow takes Ryan down to the mat after a series of elbows with a body slam. Snow drops an elbow on Ryan. Snow takes Ryan back down to the mat and locks in a front face lock. Ryan fights up to his feet and Snow grabs him by the hair, arguing with the ref. Ryan pulls Snow down to the mat by his hair before hitting him with a big right hand. Ryan executes a big suplex, but only gets a one count. Ryan hits Snow with a right hand before choking him with his boot in the corner. Ryan driver his shoulder into Snow’s gut in the corner before sending him across the ring and hitting him with a big right hand.

Snow is able to take Ryan down to the mat to turn the tide, before trapping Ryan’s arm and hitting him with a series of head butts. Snow grabs a hand full of Ryan’s chest hair before hitting the Snow plow, but Ryan is able to kick out at two. The crowd chants that they want Head, so Snow bails to the outside and goes under the ring where he comes up with the familiar weapon. Snow brings it back into the ring and the ref grabs it, allowing Joey to shove Snow into the ref. Joey hits Ryan with a big dropkick that sends him to the outside. Ryan grabs Head and kisses it before tossing it aside. Ryan goes for a baseball slide and Snow traps him in the ring apron before hitting him with a series of clubbing blows.

The finish:

Out of nowhere, Matt Morgan delivers a Carbon Footprint to the head of Snow and rolls him back into the ring. The referee wakes up and Ryan gets the three count for the victory.

Winner: Joey Ryan, the newest member of the TNA roster

Following the match, Ryan hugs Morgan’s leg before standing and shaking Morgan’s hand.

JB is backstage with Kazarian and Christopher Daniels. Kaz says they aren’t influenced by Twitter or the fans. A lot of people consider them a bad influence. Daniels says bad meaning good. Daniels says everyone wants to be where they are. They’ve already beaten both teams one at a time, and now the deck is stacked. Daniels doesn’t care because on the biggest stage of TNA history, the best tag team in the business is going to eat them alive and wash them down with a delicious beverage.

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  • SMB

    nice ppv…no one expected Devon to be there

    • vmagic

      Yes but WWE already did that when they surprised everyone with a Daniel Bryan return on ppv.

      • SDD619

        This was way different from Daniel Bryan. Everyone saw him returning to Summerslam that year. Nobody expected Devon

      • http://www.12ozprophet.com Dangerous Lee

        Wtf..so with your logic, every surprise return is a rip-off of the last one?

  • Brad

    How hot was the crowd tonight!
    And that's exactly what the biggest PPV of the year should be like- hooked on every match and loving the whole card. Much better than WM

  • TheTruthSetMeFree

    WWE has super Cena.. Jeff Hardy just proved to either be TNA's super Hardy, that they put the belt on him to keep him from leaving when his contract is up, or that you hit rock bottom with drugs and you get rewarded with a major title belt after almost 3 years of the screw up… I pick all 3… Sadly I'm a Jeff Hardy fan and I'm dissing him like this!

  • Swanson

    Honestly I think Aries could have retained but the fact Hardy has worked back from his downfall is actually pretty cool in my option. Aka he proved that he deserved it backstage. It shows hope for him and sets up a good feud

  • Benjs

    Where’s Christian tho?

  • Whammaster

    Why would they make Austin look so weak coming into the ppv, and then have him lose. Its like pissing all over the story going into the match. Made Hardy look larger then life, and made Austin look like the guy coming in for the job from a local indy show. Yeah Austin put on some serious offense during the match, im not saying during the match, im saying the build into the match was weak.

  • Andres

    That ending to Aries and hardy was stupid Aries should still be champ !!!

  • Chris

    Devon? Really? I truly see now why TNA ratings are so low.

  • phil

    Not hardy again

  • Kleck

    Happy that Devon still has a job

  • smithmiester

    Wansnt Christian supposed to appear?

    • _JIM_

      Only at the HOF ceremony I think.

  • Voice_Of_ Wrestling

    this has just got interesting

  • Enforcer

    Yeah, Devon as someone high up in the faction really gives it major wow factor lol. Maybe Disco Inferno and Alex Wright will also be in the group. Oh yeah and Shockmaster!

    • Phill

      Devon is one of the greatest & most decorated tag team champs of all time… and after all these years is still in the spotlight

      It was a great swerve by TNA – no-one saw it coming. Much better than the s*** WWE is giving us.

  • Bigdaddychuck

    Tna did a good job last night… Although it remains to be seen who the leader is of aces and eights because I know it’s not Devon…

  • chris

    The endings to both the A&8s match and Hardy/Aries seemed so abrupt and anticlimactic.

  • Nick

    With the matches TNA delivered last night I feel bad that they can’t crank up the ratings. It’s obvious that they are trying to get better, I have enjoyed a lot their impact shows and last night’s BFG was perhaps the best ppv they’ve put up in a long time! Some of the matches results I don’t agree with like RVD winning the Xdivision title. Zema Ion has been red hot as a heel and I really think if they kept pushing him, he could have been another Austin Aries (moving up to the main event) but f course RVD is Hogan’s boy so he has to have his pecifier to keep him from bitching. One thing that puzzles me, seems like Jeff Hardy gets a new theme song every year while Aries gets nothing. Hardys entrance last night was epic and Aries for being the champion should have had an epic entrance too, but it was the same
    Old thing. DVON, I’m still shocked, DVON the happy-go-lucky television champion who was a damn good babyface is now with aces and 8′s. I am hooked! Can’t wait till Thursday!

  • http://www.12ozprophet.com Dangerous Lee

    Last nights ppv was pretty solid. The ones who are complaining about Devon are the same ones that will complain no matter who it was. They’ll just bitch about how obvious it was….

  • Fanfan

    Storm v Roode is the match of the year hands down.

    • Chuck Long

      Mos def

  • Stan

    Hellow. Iam. Sorry. I. Missed. That. Pay per. View. What. Was. The. Out. Come. With. Ace&Eights. Did. They. Lose.